Who are you voting for this November?

Posted by: NewLifeChristian

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27 Total Votes

Donald Trump

16 votes

Gary Johnson

6 votes
1 comment

Hillary Clinton

5 votes
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reece says2016-08-19T17:36:46.0440676Z
@NewLifeChristian How many business bankruptcies has he had.
NewLifeChristian says2016-08-20T00:21:08.5854948Z
@reece You tell me, but you have to remember that bankruptcy doesn't necessarily mean failure. Also, in total, Trump has created tens of thousands of jobs. And, overall, his business is a tremendous success.
reece says2016-08-20T00:55:16.9048848Z
@NewLifeChristian It was a rhetorical question. Anyhow, he's had about 5. But Yes, bankruptcy means failure. It's not a savvy business move. Do you want the US to go bust? I bet his Russian contacts would love that. All the jobs he created, and all the jobs he lost.
Nuka-Social says2016-08-20T03:35:00.5579569Z
@NewLifeChristian, When you go into bankruptcy in business, you have failed at your venture. You've failed running the business - now all your assets are being sold until your debts are paid. Now ask yourself - who has he created jobs for? For Americans, or people in third world countries with weak protections and benefits for workers? How many people has he stiffed over who have done his jobs too?
triangle.128k says2016-08-20T03:39:13.4556456Z
@reece but Johnson's the most capitalistic one here.
reece says2016-08-20T04:02:44.1751743Z
@triangle.128k No he isn't. He's not a sell-out. XD
ladiesman says2016-08-20T04:38:06.7178270Z
@NewLifeChristian Trump is the worst candidate for foreign relations with allies. He is making the rest of the world nauseous, as the French president put it. Having him as the commander in chief will not strengthen our diplomatic ties, it will destroy them.
triangle.128k says2016-08-20T13:48:57.9698907Z
@reece Libertarianism is staunchly free market Capitalist, so where must you be getting the idea that he isn't a Capitalist?
triangle.128k says2016-08-20T13:50:58.1702022Z
reece says2016-08-20T13:57:47.4440727Z
@triangle.128k I'm just messing with you.
triangle.128k says2016-08-20T13:59:40.8114528Z
@reece So are you perhaps seeing Johnson as the lesser of the three evils?
reece says2016-08-20T14:00:08.5643865Z
Obviously we have apposing views. Under your guise, free market Capitalism would be able to buy politicians.
Capital says2016-08-20T14:02:55.3698440Z
@reece I dont see the problem eith the corporations interests coming before citizens you damn commie
triangle.128k says2016-08-20T14:05:03.8990679Z
@reece Free market Capitalism has nothing to do with political corruption; crony Capitalism/corporatism does.
reece says2016-08-20T14:06:05.1404436Z
@triangle.128k Can I link you two together?
reece says2016-08-20T14:07:44.4051525Z
@triangle.128k You could could say they're even more capitalistic.
Capital says2016-08-20T14:09:33.1255937Z
No im not with triangle. He opposes corporations buying out politicians but I dont. The workers need to stop their whining and work. Im not paying you 15 dollars an hour to clean my fuvking toilet
triangle.128k says2016-08-20T14:10:50.8452919Z
@Capital Workers will work best when markets are free and they have good conditions.
Capital says2016-08-20T14:19:03.2834076Z
@triangle in a way yes. But there is a limit. 15 dollars an hour? Thats ridiculous
triangle.128k says2016-08-20T14:29:47.3125769Z
I never said I supported a crazy high minimum wage, I am saying I'm against corporatism. Are you sure you aren't a fascist? Corporatism was a key element of fascism.
Capital says2016-08-20T14:40:14.6240628Z
@triangle no im not a fascist. Jeez how many times do you have to ask. Corporations are the pinnacle of capitlaism and their interests take precedent over workers. Hitler was a fascist but he made all factories have to have swimming pools for its workers. So I guess your really the fascist
reece says2016-08-20T14:41:40.8875014Z
15 dollars an hour is the living wage you fuckwits.
triangle.128k says2016-08-20T14:43:20.0309866Z
@reece Work harder if you want a living wage. Such a high minimum wage would only result in disaster, such as an increase in both inflation and unemployment.
reece says2016-08-20T14:51:54.2356783Z
Look close and hard http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/02/why-the-gap-between-worker-pay-and-productivity-is-so-problematic/385931/
Capital says2016-08-20T14:57:53.5612552Z
@reece You want a living wage? Work either multiple minimum wage jobs or actually get a worth while degree in college
reece says2016-08-20T15:05:52.4077470Z
@Capital So you want people to become mentally unstable or overqualified.
Capital says2016-08-20T15:17:55.7490924Z
@reece their fault for being uneducated. If these people want a job, save up for college get scholarships and get a job. My brother dropped out of college and became an aircraft mechanic abd he makes 80k a year now.
reece says2016-08-20T15:24:22.1813876Z
@Capital Oh, so we should all drop out of college and became aircraft mechanics. You don't get a clear picture of the economy when looking at it from a single individuals experience.
reece says2016-08-20T15:26:13.6299308Z
Like I said, they'll just become overqualified.
Capital says2016-08-20T15:30:50.0048456Z
@reece again im giving examples of jobs that can be done without college education. Workers need to get of their a**es and get good jobs before thry complain wages
reece says2016-08-20T15:35:01.1384750Z
I can almost believe you're a troll.
yelekam says2016-08-22T01:59:05.7030479Z
Jim Hedges of the Prohibition Party
kcaudell says2016-08-22T20:11:29.7201566Z
I not voting for any of these liars
benhos says2016-08-27T01:54:39.9875634Z
None of the above. Jill Stein.

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